Tag: medicine

Tips for Radiologists to Stay Prepared for Practice Burnout

Burnout is one of the most common global health problems that affect physicians in different medical specialties. But in particular, radiologists are experiencing very high rates of burnouts, and this trend is not expected to end soon. Burnout is a kind of exhaustion, in which the practitioner feels depersonalized and unaccomplished, and compromises his physical […]

Do We Need AI Guidelines for Healthcare?

Artificial Intelligence along with other new technologies is making a breakthrough in healthcare and medicine. After the development of some unique guidelines, the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) are of certain that AI is the most advanced and effective technology that can boost healthcare. However, before the technology is widely acclaimed […]

EMR: Good or bad for medicine?

Aesop said that we often despise what’s most useful to us, but Aesop also said that it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Perhaps, no two quotes could be more relevant to how EMRs and EHRs are impacting healthcare workers. What do doctors and nurses really think? What do the numbers […]

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

The practical limits on consumer-grade computer memory have prevented a large number of application types from entering homes or businesses until the 64-bit barrier was broken. Once it became possible for relatively inexpensive computers to address virtually unlimited amounts of memory, data sets which were too cumbersome for less advanced computers became usable, and new […]